Freestanding museum display cases|showcases|display cabinets|vitrines often come in the form of a tall cubic glass hood standing on robust steel plinth, which allows objects to be viewed from all perspectives. Therefore they are the best choice for displaying center pieces of an exhibition. There are plenty of accessing, lighting, locking, and environmental control options for you to create your unique showcase. Freestanding cases are adaptable to any location in a hall, and thus are most favourable pieces of many museums. Standard configuration of freestanding cases are steel plinth with powder coated cladding, aluminum alloy extrusion frame, ultra-clear laminated glass glazing, manually hinge open door, LED lighting, with mechanical cam locks. Settings are open to change according to your need.